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town planning researcher

Allan Graham Tipple, British town planning researcher. Lay preacher Methodist Church; Member Royal Town Planning Institute, Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International.

Background

Tipple, Allan Graham was born on February 17, 1949 in Harrogate, England. Son of Arthur Dawson Tipple and Agnes Barclay (Lazenby) Scholey.

Education

Bachelor in Town Planning, University Sheffield, England, 1970. Master of Arts in Town Planning, University Sheffield, England, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, University Newcastle, 1984.

Career

Town planner Kitwe (Zambia) City Council, 1972-1975. Senior assistant planner North Yorkshire County Council, Northallerton, England, 1975-1978. Lecturer University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, 1978-1982, University Newcastle upon Tyne, England, 1982-1983.

Director Center for Architectural Research and Development Overseas, since 1983. Planner National Housing Authority, Lusaka, Zambia, 1972-1973. Consultant World Bank, Washington, 1985-1988, Habitat, Nairobi, since 1993.

Lecturer Ghana, Nigeria, Egypt, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Zambia.

Membership

Lay preacher Methodist Church. Member Royal Town Planning Institute, Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Christian witnessing.

Connections

Married Susan Patricia Thirlwall, September 5, 1970. Children: Matthew, Eleanor, David, Nicholas.

father:
Arthur Dawson Tipple Scholey

mother:
Agnes Barclay (Lazenby) Scholey

spouse:
Susan Patricia Thirlwall

children:
Matthew Tipple

Eleanor Tipple

Nicholas Tipple

David Tipple